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Saying thanks

Editorial by Matt Bud from the February 26, 2020 Newsletter

One of the gag gifts that my wife got once was a “Stress Busters” calendar. Since she couldn’t find a place for it on her desk at work, she gave it to me. (I suppose it was one step away from the garbage pail.) Since I got it after the start of the year, I was able to fast forward through some of the dumbest suggestions for relieving stress known to mankind. That is until I got to one that read: “Make a list of everyone who has made a positive contribution to your life, and send each one of them a greeting card to let them know how they have made an impact. You’ll feel good as you write [ Read more… ]

Global Meetings
Chapter/SIGMeeting Date 
Long Island, NY Feb 27, 2020

Time

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Location

Andriola, Goldberg & Associates
Ameriprise Financial Office
401 Franklin Avenue, Suite 101 & 103
Garden City, NY 11530

Agenda

The agenda at a job club meeting typically looks like this:
- Introductions
- Job Search Techniques
- Review metrics and updates along with weekly progress reports.
- Small group networking
- Resume/LinkedIn Profile/Networking Briefing reviews conducted as requested.

Directions

Indianapolis, IN Feb 27, 2020

Time

6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Location

Castle Creek Conference Center
5875 Castle Creek Pkwy N Drive, Suite 171
Indianapolis, IN 46250

Agenda

Topic: Internships

Speakers: Shelley Murdock, Chief Accounting Officer at IDI Fabrication Inc., and Hunter Edmonds (former intern)

Agenda:
- 6:00 - 6:30 pm: General Networking
- 6:30 - 6:45 pm: Welcome and Introductions
- 6:45 - 8:00 pm: Our Program
- 8:15 pm: Adjournment

Presentation:
Internships- a discussion from both sides of the desk, employer and intern. Shelley Murdock will represent the employer and her former intern, Hunter Edmonds, will represent the intern side. Pros, cons, failures and successes will be discussed. Interactive between myself and Hunter and the group. Here’s a chance for those who haven’t utilized this resource a chance to learn a bit more about what it takes and the potential benefits to both parties.

Speakers' bios:

Shelley Murdock is currently Chief Accounting Officer at IDI Fabrication Inc. in Noblesville. Shelley has a varied background however the manufacturing experience spans 20 years and includes Remy International, Deflecto, Klipsch Audio Technologies, and Closure Systems International. She has been a member of the FENG since 2008.

Hunter Edmonds has completed his undergrad with a Bachelors of Science from IU in Public Financial Management. He is currently enrolled at IU Law School pursuing his JD with a Corporate emphasis.

Please note: This is a private meeting. Current or prospective FENG members (having 15+ years of finance experience) are invited to attend.

Donations: We will have a donation jar at the meeting please help us make this work by contributing.

Sponsor: Vaco Indianapolis
Because we won’t have food service at this location, VACO has graciously offered to order food and provide refreshments. To make sure we have enough food, but not too much, please register.

VACO Indianapolis:
For a combined 50 years, we've done all the worrying for you. VACO Indianapolis has the experience, resources and connections to find even the most specialized talent. Our tenure in the market means we’re always in the loop - gauging the pulse of Indianapolis businesses, industries and trends. We live and breathe a partnership mentality and go the extra mile to add value in all that we do. We also partner with the community and are involved with the Financial Executives International (FEI), Financial Executives Networking Group (FENG) and SEC Pros.

Vaco Indianapolis
Consulting Contract Direct Hire Solutions
8720 Castle Creek Pkwy, Suite 321 Indianapolis, IN 46250
317.712.3047
www.Vaco.com

Directions

https://www.google.com/maps/place/5875+Castle+Creek+Pkwy+N+Dr+%23171,+Indianapolis,+IN+46250/@39.9154239,-86.070221,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x8814b2cca6181e37:0xf7e6c3268bc6cd41!8m2!3d39.9154239!4d-86.0680323

Minneapolis/Saint Paul, MN Mar 2, 2020

Time

7:15 AM to 9:00 AM

Location

Near Pickerman's Deli, Room 140, 701 Xenia Ave, Golden Valley, MN. The meetings are held in a meeting room that is adjacent to Pickerman's Deli

Agenda

First Monday FENG / FEI Minneapolis Career Transitions Group Networking Meeting

Objective: To connect financial executives who are in transition from different industries, for the purpose of networking toward gainful employment for all attendees. Attendees are all working to find the next opportunity (all jobs are temporary) and we like to encourage everyone who attends to offer up to the group any opportunities that you know about which do not fit your background, or that you have no interest in pursuing.

To-Do's: Please prepare a brief summary of your background to present to the group. Please be prepared to discuss your target industry, size, whether private or public, location preferences; and describe your goal for your next opportunity.

Who Should Attend? This meeting is open to all financial executives including the directors, managers and above that report to the office of the CFO.

Directions

The Deli is located in the Golden Hills Office Center Building - Two blocks North of 394 and Xenia.


New York, NY Mar 2, 2020

Time

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Location

Monday - Big Apple Job Club
Riverside Branch Library
127 Amsterdam Ave. between 65th and 66th Street
New York, NY 10023

Agenda
Monday - Big Apple Job Club
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AGENDA

- Introductions

- Job Search Updates

- Specific Topics TBD
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The meetings are every Monday from 11:00 - 1:00pm

The Co-Chairs for this Job Club are:
The Co-Chairs for this Job Club are:
- Mike Frieman - 917.597.4700
mffrieman@gmail.com

- Eileen Robbins - 646.932-6554
eileen.d.robbins@gmail.com

Agenda

1. Introductions

2. Job Search Updates

3. Specific Topics - TBD

Directions

London, United Kingdom Mar 2, 2020

Time

11:00 AM to 1:15 PM

Location

Goodman Masson's offices
120 Aldersgate Street
London UK EC1A 4JQ

Agenda

The FENG Job Club

1. Networking, upcoming events, courses, sharing leads (10m)
2. Elevator pitches (all attendees to pitch) (40m)
3. Job Search Metrics, including LinkedIn views and active search dates (10m)
4. Focus topics (25m)
- Two weeks in the life of (one of the Job Club members) (10m)
- (Professional Development/Competitive Advantage topic agreed at last meeting) (15m)
5. AOB/Items for next agenda (5m)
6. General round up and job market assessment (5m)

SEATING IS LIMITED TO 10 MEMBERS. If you register and can NOT attend, please remove your name from the list.

A detailed agenda & spreadsheet to report job search metrics will be sent by Kelly Lamb with Goodman Masson, to those members who have registered.

This meeting is open to FENG members ONLY.

If you do find a job, please let us know in order to share the goods news with the rest of the team. In addition, please make sure that you update your membership directory listing by going to: http://www.thefeng.org, and filling out the form you will find there.

Directions

Tube station Barbican

Susquehanna Valley, PA Mar 2, 2020

Time

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

Alvernia University
Alvernia Upland Center Building, first floor, Room 117
540 Upland Avenue
Reading, PA 19611

Agenda

READING

Agenda:
1. Each attendee will get a chance to deliver their two-minute elevator speech.
2. Share recent successes and failures.
3. Present networking requests.
4. Discuss job search questions and concerns.
5. Apprise the group of any new searches, requests, etc. that they have become aware of.

Preparation:
1. Please bring your "one pager" (twenty-five copies).
a. This should provide your contact information at the top.
b. Followed by a brief overview of you and your background.
c. Finally your target company list and a list of people you would like to meet.
2. One Pager should be handed out to the attendees just before you make your presentation, thus helping them to provide you with targeted assistance and advice.
3. Please have copies of your resume available to hand out to those interested parties who may want to learn more about you or pass it on to individuals they think may be interested in talking to you.
4. Bring a name tag to wear and a "name" tent card to place on the table in front of you.
5. If you represent a business, please bring business cards and/or flyers.

Attire: Business casual

Directions

www.google.com/search?q=540+upland+avenue+reading+pa&sourceid=ie7&rls=com.microsoft:en-US:IE-SearchBox&ie=&oe=&rlz=1I7TSNP_en&gws_rd=ssl

- Room 117, first floor, right side toward the rear of the building.
- Free parking at the facility.

San Diego, CA Mar 3, 2020

Time

8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Location

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
5375 Mira Sorrento Place, Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92121

(in Sorrento Mesa)

Conference Room: As you enter the office of PwC from the elevators, instead of turning right as you walk in, please walk straight through the lobby past the reception desk and into the Board room.

Agenda

Topic/Speaker: TBA

To Attend:
Meetings are for members, prospective members and invited guests only. For non-members, RSVP is required by writing to chapter chair, Dan Ruchman at DRuchman@aol.com. Please include a one or two sentence description of who you are, and your interest in attending the meeting. Thank you.

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CPE Credits: Reminder for those members maintaining their professional certifications - we offer the documentation for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for our speaker presentations. For those members interested in this, you may complete the appropriate forms, which we'll have available at the meeting, for 1.0 hours of CPE credit

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Name Tent Card: Name Card: To print a name card, log on to The FENG website. Click on "Member Area," then scroll down to "Member Downloads," then scroll down to "Other Useful Documents," and finally "FENG- Meeting Tent."

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Breakfast and Meeting Sponsor: As usual, we will have coffee, bagels and other refreshments for all attendees.

Directions

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=5375+Mira+Sorrento+Place,+San+Diego,+CA&aq=0&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=39.729049,92.724609&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=5375+Mira+Sorrento+Pl,+43;San+Diego,+California+92121&z=16

PwC is near the 805, just off of Scranton Road, a block north of Mira Mesa Boulevard, close to Qualcomm and Karl Strauss.

- Just off of 805 and Mira Mesa Blvd.
- If coming north on 805, exit Sorrento Valley Road
- Go straight at the signal and turn into the driveway for the two buildings you see on the right
- Once in the garage, drive to the left to the second set of elevators, to the East Tower.
- Take the elevator to the Plaza level and then switch to the bank of elevators to the 3rd floor.
- There is ample free parking in the garage or in the adjacent parking lot near the Scranton/Mira Mesa Food Court.
- Parking is Free.

New York, NY Mar 3, 2020

Time

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Location

Tuesday - Big Apple Job Club
Riverside Branch Library
127 Amsterdam Ave. between 65th and 66th Street
New York, NY 10023

Agenda
Tuesday - Big Apple Job Club
****************************************
AGENDA

- Introductions

- Job Search Updates

- Specific Topics TBD
************************************
The meetings are every Tuesday from 10:00 - 12:00pm

The Co-Chairs for this Job Club are:
- Cinthya Orrala (917) 446-2946, cmorrala1@gmail.com

- Helen Miksits(646) 599-6466
miksitsh@gmail.com

Agenda

1. Introductions

2. Job Search Updates

3. Specific Topics - TBD

Directions

New York, NY Mar 3, 2020

Time

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Location

BERGEN COUNTY, NJ JOB CLUB
Quiet Room
Montvale (NJ) Public Library
12 Mercedes Drive,
Montvale NJ.

Agenda

JOB CLUB CO-CHAIR, DAVE ABRAMS, dabrams153@gmail.com

This job club will meet Tuesdays from 10:00 AM to 12 Noon

Directions

All, I will be sending out the agenda under separate cover. Regards, David

Phoenix, AZ Mar 3, 2020

Time

3:30 PM to 5:00 PM

Location

First Western Trust Scottsdale
7025 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 100
Scottsdale, AZ 85253

Agenda

Topic: Financial Considerations With Business Formation and Growth

Speaker: Judi Gargiulo, Esq., Founder, JG Law PC

1. Business Formation Issues:
- Understanding Initial Capitalization
- Obligations for Additional Capital
- Obtaining Outside Capital

2. Respecting Business Formalities:
- Accounting Practices
- Budget/Forecasts

3. Management Team:
- Need for professional/executive team

Speaker's bio:
Judi Gargiulo has practiced as a corporate and business transactions lawyer for over twenty years, initially with some of the largest local firms and now in her own practice, JG Law. She often serves as outside general counsel and as the primary contact for her clients to help with their ongoing legal and business needs. Judi’s experience includes business formation and structure, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, private securities offerings, corporate/bond financings, business workouts, nonprofit representation, trademark registrations, contract drafting and negotiations. She assists clients with comprehensive representation in choosing the right entity, drafting all associated documents, and managing the internal workings and operations of the company. Judi has vast experience drafting and negotiating all kinds of contracts including operating agreements and shareholder agreements, sales, distribution and licensing agreements, service and consulting contracts, and management and sponsorship agreements. Her experience in mergers and acquisitions as well as contracts provides her with extensive experience in structuring and negotiating all types of deals and transactions in all types of business settings and relationships. Judi also has experience in helping clients develop, secure, acquire and protect various intellectual property rights, including various licensing deals as well as development deals.

Judi Gargiulo
judi@jglawpc.com
602-346-9075

Directions

https://maps.google.com/maps?q=First+Western+Trust+Scottsdale,+7025+North+Scottsdale+Road,+Suite+100&hl=en&sll=41.172425,-73.278118&sspn=0.121979,0.338173&t=h&hq=First+Western+Trust&hnear=7025+N+Scottsdale+Rd+%23100,+Scottsdale,+Arizona+85258&z=16

Seattle, WA Mar 3, 2020

Time

6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

Mercer Island Public Library
Small Meeting Room
4400 88th Ave SE,
Mercer Island, WA 98040.

On street parking is available.

The building is secured and a person will be at the entrance to let you in. If problems arise with entry, please call Jon Eastlake at 206 669 9857.

Agenda

Seattle’s Middle Market Growth Industries

Please be prepared to:

Introduce yourself and give your 30-second elevator speech. This is an ideal opportunity to practice a critical marketing tool as well as get feedback from the group. If each of us knows exactly what you do, specialize in, and are looking for it will make it easier to pass on relevant leads or information. Bring business cards, if you have them.
Tell the group where you need help with your search. Being specific as to what you need to advance your search over the next month allows the group to suggest contacts and advice relevant to you.
Share any job leads you may have uncovered.




Directions

Charleston, SC Mar 4, 2020

Time

6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

Crowne Plaza
4831 Tanger Outlet Boulevard, Plantation Board Room
North Charleston, SC 29418

Agenda

This is a great opportunity to meet new people, catch-up with old friends and discuss any issues you have on your mind.

The objective is to give each member an opportunity to continually hone their networking skills, meet their peers from various disciplines, share job leads, ideas, and develop networking opportunities.

As always, this is a great opportunity to network, practice your "elevator" speech with fellow FENG members. Practicing your 90-second announcement in the comfort of your own home is a good thing to do, but it is hardly enough. The missing element is a live audience. The additional benefit is that the live audience you will encounter at a meeting of The FENG will also be a friendly audience so you can improve this important tool.

Please bring:
- Name Badge
- Personal Contact cards
- Resumes
- Your 90-second elevator speech

Attire: business casual

Directions

https://www.google.com/maps/place/4831+Tanger+Outlet+Blvd,+North+Charleston,+SC+29418/@32.8749764,-80.0177026,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88fe635bed8ef0e9:0x2668f6f8f1ed25a4!8m2!3d32.8749764!4d-80.0155139

Westport, CT Mar 5, 2020

Time

10:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Location

Westport Library (Trefz Forum Area)
20 Jesup Road
Westport, CT 06880

Agenda

The agenda at a job club meeting typically looks like this:
- Introductions
- Job Search Techniques
- Review metrics and updates along with weekly progress reports.
- Small group networking
- Resume/LinkedIn Profile/Networking Briefing reviews conducted as requested.

Directions

Santiago, Chile Mar 5, 2020

Time

6:00 PM to 7:45 PM

Location

Times:
- 6:00 PM – 7:45 PM: US ET
- 8:00 PM – 9:45 PM: Santiago, Chile

Location: Full virtual instructions for those who wish to attend remotely are below under Directions.

https://zoom.us/j/572895981?pwd=ODY4VkRlekdORW1yWWttdExyUGtKQT09

Meeting ID: 572 895 981
Password: 831370

Agenda

Topic: How to be the Best Candidate

Speaker: Gary Bender CFO SISD Inc. (gbender@thecfosolution.org); Founder & CEO of The CFO Solution, LLC (www.thecfosolution.org)

Presentation:
Renowned business coach, serial entrepreneur, and FENG member Gary Bender will discuss “How to be the Best Candidate”.

Gary’s presentation will discuss interview strategies that include:
- Focus on explaining how your accomplishments fulfill the needs of the hiring organization
- Be aware of industry best practices and how their application will resolve the needs of the hiring organization
- To get the job, you just need to be better than the other candidates

Gary founded CFO Solution to be a repository for private company CFOs.

CFO Solutions exists to share best practices-among our group of CFOS and with subject matter experts (aka Better Partners to work with) and our celebrating our fifth year. In addition to the e-book (www.thecfosolution.org), CFO Solutions conducts a monthly working session in the Lehigh Valley and in northern New Jersey-known as The CFO Forum.

Gary is a believer in super networking to find your next opportunity and, in order to being successful in your search, that you need to be able to apply your experience to your next challenge AND to be differentiated from other candidates by education in cutting edge best practices.

In other words, you don’t need to be the best CFO candidate-you need to be the best CFO candidate among those on the short list! Topics to weave into an interview could be:
- How to reduce healthcare costs for firm and employees! Cutting edge and unique! (contributed to the bestselling book-Breaking through the Status Quo)
- How to use private financing intelligently
- How to implement a recruiting and training process that works AND uses grants, credits and reimbursement programs that few know about
- How to reduce taxes-credits such as R&D, IC Disc for firms that export, real estate tax assessment reductions and cost segregation
- How to create a “best place to work” via benefits, communication and culture

Directions

Equipment Needed to Attend the Meeting:
Note: To ensure an effective meeting in the Santiago, Chapter it is very important that you bring earphones and a Zoom enabled smartphone or laptop (hardware) to the meeting. Detailed instructions on enabling your equipment can be found at Zoom’s Download Center which contains links to download the software to your laptop and to your smartphone

https://zoom.us/download

Testing Zoom Meeting:
After you download the software, please test your hardware at the following link and follow the instructions to test your hardware

https://zoom.us/test

For any questions, please contact one of the Santiago Chapter Chairs:

Juan Carlos Cerda:
What’s App: +569 6219 90003
E-mail: jc135724@gmail.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juancarloscerda/

David Gibbens
What’s App: 215-498-6997
E-mail: djgibbens@outlook.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/djogibbens/

Muting of Phone Lines:
Although we will be muting the phone lines, please make sure your device is on mute while attending the meeting. If you would like to raise your hand to ask a question, please use the chat box in Zoom.

Prior to the Meeting:
- Members: Please take a moment to connect with all the attendees who have registered for your chapter meeting along with connecting with the speaker. This information is found on The FENG chapter meeting registration page for the Santiago Chapter. The Philadelphia members' names will be on their chapter page.
- Guests: We are sorry, but the directory of the attendees is not available to you.

Dial In Information:
Dial in numbers are provided below along with a link for local numbers for the country in which you reside. However, in lieu of dialing in on a traditional phone line, it is strongly recommended that you use the audio function available to you when you access the meeting online.

Link to Join The FENG February 6th Meeting:
https://zoom.us/j/572895981?pwd=ODY4VkRlekdORW1yWWttdExyUGtKQT09

Meeting ID: 572 895 981
Password: 831370

One tap mobile:
+19292056099,,572895981# US (New York, NY)

Dial by your location:
+1 929 205 6099 US (New York, NY)

Local #’s in Santiago, Chile
+56 41 256 0288
+56 23 210 9066

Meeting ID: 572 895 981

Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/abldgMlnc

Philadelphia-Center City, PA Mar 5, 2020

Time

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

BDO
Ten Penn Center
1801 Market St Suite 1700
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Agenda

Topics to help you succeed in your interview

The purpose of our session on March 5 is to review best practices that could help in interview discussions with functional executives at your target companies. This assumes that you will be interviewing with the execs from HR, sales/marketing, operations as well as the CEO and maybe a Board Members.
Gary is the Founder and CEO of The CFO Solution LLC. CFO Solution exists to share best practices and we might as well share them with CFOs in search!
For example, a CFO candidate should be able to discuss contemporary challenges in each function and discuss a best practice that could bring value AND show the value of a CFO who works across functions to reduce risk, improve process, reduce cost and or drive performance improvements at the firm.
HR-Every firm is dealing with recruiting and retention BUT most firms do not have a process to plan human capital needs or have a process to recruit, hire, onboard and train new employees. In addition, very few firms know that there are new hire tax credits of hundreds to thousands of dollars, that there are training dollars available up to $10,000 for each new hire AND that a skill assessment process and tailored training program is a great recruiting tool and a key to retention. We will cover each element at the session. Especially important since many CFOs will be responsible for HR and some candidates are not experienced in this crucial role.
Sales-Most sales and marketing execs do not value the CFO as a partner. However the CFO can bring analytics and process to assist in market assessment, prospect assessment and profitability/pricing analyses. IN addition, compensation models that work. We will discuss some tools to turn you into a partner!
Operations-CFOs can be the bean counter/bad cop or a partner to operations by helping with procurement process, logistics analysis or cost reduction, quality measurement or other KPIs that drive improvement in a practical way. Other topics could include facility management, vendor assessment or delivery performance.
CEO and Board member-The challenge is how to convince them your years of experience will transfer and add value. The key is to take what you have done and how you can solve the problems on their minds so you have to do your homework AND listen to what their issues are AND then quickly use your experience and some contemporary solutions to show them how you can solve their problems! To prepare for this, we will talk about some interview preparation best practices.
I look forward to our discussion. To see what CFO Solution does before the meeting, visit www.thecfosolution.org

Directions

Bergen County, NJ Mar 5, 2020

Time

6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Location

Bethlehem Lutheran Church
155 Linwood Avenue
1st Floor Parlor Room
Ridgewood, NJ

Agenda

March 5, 2020 – Ash Ahluwalia – “Finding Your Social Security Sweet Spot: Don’t Leave Money on the Table” - Bethlehem Lutheran Church – Ridgewood, NJ

Did you know…
• Social Security is often an individual’s largest retirement asset and yet the most overlooked benefit in their retirement planning.
• There are over 2,700 rules governing social security.
• A typical married couple have up to 567 possible filing options!
Social security is one of the most valuable pension plans ever created and yet few people fully understand all the potential benefits that they are eligible for nor how they can go about maximizing their benefits. In fact, many couples leave as much as $25,000- $150,000 in missed but eligible benefits on the table.

This workshop will review new rules governing Social Security filing options. Learn advanced filing strategies to maximize Social Security benefits, including options for married, divorced, widowed, couples with minor children, high-net-worth individuals and business owners. Find out how to minimize the taxation of your Social Security benefits so you don’t leave money on the table.

Please join us as Ash Ahluwalia discusses filing strategies which can help you maximize the amount of Social Security you are truly entitled to over your lifetime. Our nationally-renowned speaker, Ash Ahluwalia, is President of National Social Security Partners (NSSP), MBA, NSSA®, CSSCS, CFP® and recipient of the 2016 National Social Security Advisor of the Year Award.

Ash is the founder and president of National Social Security Partners, LLC, (“NSSP,”) the nation’s leading Social Security planning firm. NSSP works in collaboration with other professionals, such as financial advisors, CPAs, and attorneys, to help clients navigate the complexities of Social Security and maximize benefits.

Please reserve your seat for the meetings by signing up at the www.TheFENG.org website under Bergen County Chapter Meetings. I can be reached at the following:

201-919-2607 - Cell
201-337-7554 - Home
martylatman@gmail.com

Regards,
Marty Latman

Directions

Please contact Marty Latman for directions:

201-919-2607 - Cell
201 337-7554 – Home
martylatman@gmail.com

London, United Kingdom Mar 6, 2020

Time

1:15 PM to 3:30 PM

Location

Goodman Masson's offices
120 Aldersgate Street
London UK EC1A 4JQ

Agenda

The FENG Job Club

1. Networking, upcoming events, courses, sharing leads (10m)
2. Elevator pitches (all attendees to pitch) (40m)
3. Job Search Metrics, including LinkedIn views and active search dates (10m)
4. Focus topics (25m)
- Two weeks in the life of (one of the Job Club members) (10m)
- (Professional Development/Competitive Advantage topic agreed at last meeting) (15m)
5. AOB/Items for next agenda (5m)
6. General round up and job market assessment (5m)

SEATING IS LIMITED TO 10 MEMBERS. If you register and can NOT attend, please remove your name from the list.

A detailed agenda & spreadsheet to report job search metrics will be sent by Kelly Lamb with Goodman Masson, to those members who have registered.

This meeting is open to FENG members ONLY.

If you do find a job, please let us know in order to share the goods news with the rest of the team. In addition, please make sure that you update your membership directory listing by going to: http://www.thefeng.org, and filling out the form you will find there.

Directions

Tube station Barbican

Monmouth/Ocean, NJ Mar 7, 2020

Time

8:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Location

PANERA Bread
531 Soloman Way
Freehold, NJ 07728

Phone:(732)308-1605

Agenda

BREAKFAST MEETING: MONMOUTH/OCEAN Chapter in Freehold, NJ

- For the first 15 minutes, get your coffee and talk freely among yourselves.

- At 8:45, General announcements. If anyone has something they want to share with the group. Then, everyone will have a chance to say their elevator pitch (no more than 30 seconds, please).
Then we’ll split the group into sub-groups of no more than 10 people with a facilitator for each group. Depending on the number of attendees, we may ask someone to run a group. The group splits will be based on mutual interest: financial services, consulting, manufacturing, accounting, etc..

- Within each sub-group, everyone will have a chance to talk about his/her issues and how the group can help, job search problems/opportunities, etc. Come prepared – if you want us to critique your resume or networking document, bring enough copies to distribute. Know what you want to achieve in the time we give you. I expect everyone will have the floor for about 5-7 minutes depending on attendance.

- Everyone can stay as long as they want, but the leader will make sure everyone has an equal chance to talk based on the 10:30 break.

I will update the attendance list for everyone who shows up. It will be available on the website for about a month.

PLEASE BRING: a name-tag, business cards, and copies of your marketing material.

DRESS: informal (jeans are fine)

Please note this is just a few blocks down the street from CentraState Hospital.

COST: This is an informal meeting. We will ask everyone to buy their own coffee and snack and join us at the biggest table we can find.

We look forward to seeing you.

Marty Mussman
Jim Hockenberry

Directions

Use the following link for directions to the Freehold Panera Bread: http://goo.gl/maps/YUPB8

Warren County, NJ Mar 9, 2020

Time

6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Location

Morris County Library
30 East Hanover Avenue
1st Floor Conference Room
Whippany, NJ 07981
In the small conference room on the first floor

973-285-6930
Near Morristown

Agenda


Dress: Business Casual

Directions

WEST:
Route 10 East through Parsippany. Just before the Route 287 overpass, turn south off of Route 10 at the Hanover Marriott onto Ridgedale Avenue. Down Ridgedale about 2 miles, past Allen papers on the right and, next, the Morris County Mall on the left as you reach the Mall and approach the intersection, move into left turning lane. A Sunoco station is left and across the intersection from you. Turn left onto Hanover Ave. The library is a half mile down the road on your left. There is a stop light and overhead sign at the library entrance.

EAST:
Route 10 West, passing under Route 287. Take the jughandle turn for Ridgedale Avenue and follow directions above OR Route 24 West to last exit, 1A. Turn right off the exit ramp and pass under Rte 24. Take the immediate right hand feed off of Whippany Rd onto Hanover Ave. The library is 200 yards up the road, on your right.

SOUTH:
Route 287 to exit 36A, Morris Avenue and Rte 511. Turn right at top of exit ramp. Stay in middle lane. Pass the equestrian statue on your right, Ford Mansion (large white colonial home) on your left. Road narrows to two lanes; move into left turning lane as you approach the second light. Left turn off of Whippany Rd onto Hanover Ave. The library is 200 yards up the road, on your right.

NORTH:
Route 287 to exit 36, Lafayette and Ridgedale Avenue. Stay to the right coming off of Route 287 and bear right onto Ridgedale Avenue. Seven tenths of a mile to intersection with Hanover Ave. (Sunoco station on the right); right turn onto Hanover. The library is a half mile down the road on your left, marked by a stop light and overhead sign.

Charleston, SC Mar 10, 2020

Time

7:00 AM to 7:30 AM

Location

Charleston Job Club Conference Call

Phone Number:
United States +1 (425) 436-6260
Access code 464 5103

Agenda

Activity/Time (Minutes):
- Chair/Co-Chair Introductions/2
- Member - Report Outs/Updates/15
- Discussion - Job Opportunities: Job Boards, Company Site Alerts, Etc./5
- Member Support Dialog: Resume' Review, Interview Techniques/Approaches/etc./5
- Follow-Up Items - Next Meeting/ 2
- Chair/Co-Chair Closing Comments/1

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